Tips to help prevent hayfever

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Tips to help prevent hayfever

Find the right product to help with your hayfever symptoms including anti-histamine tablets, eye drops for itchy eyes and nasal sprays to ease congestion.

Protect

against the causes of hayfever

Wear sunglasses

Protect your eyes from irritation caused by coming into contact with pollen by popping on a pair of summer shades.

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Use a pollen barrier

Before you head out, put up a protective barrier between you and pollen. Spray a barrier powder into your nostrils to protect against sneezing and a runny nose.

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Shower before bed

Don't let hayfever disrupt your sleep! Before going to bed, wash your hair to help avoid breathing in pollen overnight.

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Treat

the symptoms of hayfever

Take an anti-histamine

Start taking an anti-histamine as soon as your symptoms start, and keep an eye on when the pollen count is high. Because various anti-histamines have different ingredients, if one tablet isn't working for you, consider swapping to another type.

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*Piriton Allergy Tablets. For fast relief of symptoms from hayfever and other allergies. Always read the label. Contains chlorphenamine maleate. Always read the label.

Use a nasal spray

Research shows that less than 20% of people use their nasal sprays properly. Speak to one of our pharmacists for help using yours. You can use this nasal spray to prevent and treat hayfever symptoms.

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*Beconase Hayfever Relief for Adults nasal spray. For prevention and treatment of allergic rhinitis in adults aged 18 or over. Contains Beclometasone dipropionate. Always read the label.

Relieve

the irritation of hayfever

Ease congestion

If your hayfever is particularly bad, you might find it helpful to try a decongestant nasal spray to help you breathe more easily.

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*Always read the label

Soothe your eyes

If your eyes are affected by hayfever, eye drops can help soothe them. To ease any other hayfever symptoms, ask your pharmacist about the right medication for you.

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*Opticrom Hayfever eye drops. For the relief of eye symptoms from hayfever. Contains Sodium cromoglicate. Always read the label.
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Protect

against the causes of hayfever

Wear sunglasses

Protect your eyes from irritation caused by coming into contact with pollen by popping on a pair of summer shades.

Browse the range

Use a pollen barrier

Before you head out, put up a protective barrier between you and pollen. Spray a barrier powder into your nostrils to protect against sneezing and a runny nose.

Shop now

Shower before bed

Don't let hayfever disrupt your sleep! Before going to bed, wash your hair to help avoid breathing in pollen overnight.

Shop the range

Treat

the symptoms of hayfever

Take an anti-histamine

Start taking an anti-histamine as soon as your symptoms start, and keep an eye on when the pollen count is high. Because various anti-histamines have different ingredients, if one tablet isn't working for you, consider swapping to another type.

Shop now *Piriton Allergy Tablets. For fast relief of symptoms from hayfever and other allergies. Always read the label. Contains chlorphenamine maleate. Always read the label.

Use a nasal spray

Research shows that less than 20% of people use their nasal sprays properly. Speak to one of our pharmacists for help using yours. You can use this nasal spray to prevent and treat hayfever symptoms.

Shop now *Beconase Hayfever Relief for Adults nasal spray. For prevention and treatment of allergic rhinitis in adults aged 18 or over. Contains Beclometasone dipropionate. Always read the label.

Relieve

the irritation of hayfever

Ease congestion

If your hayfever is particularly bad, you might find it helpful to try a decongestant nasal spray to help you breathe more easily.

Shop now *Always read the label

Soothe your eyes

If your eyes are affected by hayfever, eye drops can help soothe them. To ease any other hayfever symptoms, ask your pharmacist about the right medication for you.

Shop now *Opticrom Hayfever eye drops. For the relief of eye symptoms from hayfever. Contains Sodium cromoglicate. Always read the label.
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